ÉGLISE SAINT-MARTIN - THORIGNÉ-D'ANJOU

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Nestled in the heart of the "Village de charme", Thorigné-d'Anjou, and close to the Lion d'Angers, the church of Saint-Martin is one of the oldest and most remarkable buildings in blue Anjou.

St. Martin's Church is one of the oldest churches in the region. Several campaigns of work followed one another in the 11th, 12th, 16th and 18th centuries. The choir is covered with a beautiful Plantagenet Gothic style vault. It is covered with a large curved altarpiece dating - for its central part - from 1769 and representing the Resurrection of Christ. It is a replica of a canvas painted in 1702 by Antoine Coypel, at the request of the Grand Dauphin (future Louis XV) for the chapel of the Château de Meudon.

ÉGLISE SAINT-MARTIN - THORIGNÉ-D'ANJOU  France Pays de la Loire Maine-et-Loire Thorigné-d'Anjou 49220

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